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holden87
19-Mar-2014, 07:04
I was thinking, openSUSE should get a lot more PR. Me talking to people i know, they found out more about openSUSE only after reading about it since Muktware started writing about it more extensively. My thought are, how hard would it be to revive omgsuse, or make an EverydaySuse site, with testimonials, tips & tricks in a very humane manner. A site that would look something like https://conference.opensuse.org/ . I mean, it should go a long way. I could, and would volunteer to help with content, writing etc.
Anyone willing to join in, or share info where should i take this idea?


Thankful in advance.

Yours truly, h.

hendersj
19-Mar-2014, 16:29
On Wed, 19 Mar 2014 14:06:02 +0000, holden87 wrote:

> I was thinking, openSUSE should get a lot more PR. Me talking to people
> i know, they found out more about openSUSE only after reading about it
> since Muktware started writing about it more extensively. My thought
> are, how hard would it be to revive omgsuse, or make an EverydaySuse
> site, with testimonials, tips & tricks in a very humane manner. A site
> that would look something like https://conference.opensuse.org/ . I
> mean, it should go a long way. I could, and would volunteer to help with
> content, writing etc.
> Anyone willing to join in, or share info where should i take this idea?
>
>
> Thankful in advance.
>
> Yours truly, h.

Every once in a while, someone offers to resurrect this site - I would
probably suggest the same thing others have suggested in the past, which
is to contribute to the existing openSUSE sites - the wiki, post tips/
tricks in the unreviewed HOWTOs forum (we can promote good ones to
articles).

With all the venues that the project has available, additional venues
aren't really needed - more content in the existing ones is. :)

Jim
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Jim Henderson
openSUSE Forums Administrator
Forum Use Terms & Conditions at http://tinyurl.com/openSUSE-T-C

holden87
20-Mar-2014, 00:47
Point taken.